Applied Physics (11th Edition) - 11th Edition - by Dale Ewen, Neill Schurter, Erik Gundersen - ISBN 9780134159386
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Applied Physics (11th Edition)
11th Edition
Dale Ewen, Neill Schurter, Erik Gundersen
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134159386

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Chapter 2 - Problem SolvingChapter 2.1 - FormulasChapter 2.2 - Substituting Data Into FormulasChapter 2.3 - Problem-solving MethodChapter 3 - VectorsChapter 3.1 - Vectors And ScalarsChapter 3.2 - Components Of A VectorChapter 3.3 - Addition Of VectorsChapter 4 - MotionChapter 4.1 - Speed Versus VelocityChapter 4.2 - AccelerationChapter 4.3 - Uniformly Accelerated Motion And Free FallChapter 4.4 - Projectile MotionChapter 5 - ForceChapter 5.2 - Force And The Law Of AccelerationChapter 5.3 - Gravity And WeightChapter 5.4 - FrictionChapter 5.5 - Total Forces In One DimensionChapter 6 - MomentumChapter 6.1 - Momentum And ImpulseChapter 6.2 - Collisions In One DimensionChapter 6.3 - Collisions Of Equal Masses In Two DimensionsChapter 7 - Concurrent And Parallel ForcesChapter 7.1 - Forces In Two DimensionsChapter 7.2 - Concurrent Forces In EquilibriumChapter 7.3 - TorqueChapter 7.4 - Parallel ForcesChapter 7.5 - Center Of GravityChapter 8 - Work And EnergyChapter 8.1 - WorkChapter 8.2 - PowerChapter 8.3 - EnergyChapter 8.4 - Conservation Of Mechanical EnergyChapter 9 - Rotational MotionChapter 9.1 - Measurement Of Rotational MotionChapter 9.3 - Centripetal ForceChapter 9.4 - Power In Rotational SystemsChapter 9.6 - GearsChapter 9.7 - Pulleys Connected With A BeltChapter 10 - Simple MachinesChapter 10.2 - The LeverChapter 10.3 - The Wheel-and-axleChapter 10.4 - The PulleyChapter 10.5 - The Inclined PlaneChapter 10.6 - The ScrewChapter 10.8 - Compound MachinesChapter 10.9 - The Effect Of Friction On Simple MachinesChapter 11 - Universal Gravitation And Satellite MotionChapter 11.1 - Universal GravitationChapter 11.3 - Satellite MotionChapter 12 - MatterChapter 12.2 - Properties Of SolidsChapter 12.5 - DensityChapter 13 - FluidsChapter 13.1 - Hydrostatic PressureChapter 13.2 - Hydraulic PrincipleChapter 13.3 - Air PressureChapter 13.4 - BuoyancyChapter 13.5 - Fluid FlowChapter 14 - Temperature And Heat TransferChapter 14.1 - TemperatureChapter 14.2 - HeatChapter 14.3 - Heat TransferChapter 14.4 - Specific HeatChapter 14.5 - Method Of MixturesChapter 14.6 - Expansion Of SolidsChapter 14.7 - Expansion Of LiquidsChapter 14.8 - Change Of PhaseChapter 15 - Properties Of GasesChapter 15.1 - Charles's LawChapter 15.2 - Boyle's LawChapter 15.3 - Charles's And Boyle's Laws CombinedChapter 16 - Wave Motion And SoundChapter 16.2 - Electromagnetic WavesChapter 16.4 - The Doppler EffectChapter 16.6 - Simple Harmonic MotionChapter 17 - Basic ElectricityChapter 17.3 - Coulomb's LawChapter 17.4 - Electric FieldsChapter 17.5 - Simple CircuitsChapter 17.6 - Ohm's LawChapter 17.7 - Series CircuitsChapter 17.8 - Parallel CircuitsChapter 17.9 - Compound CircuitsChapter 17.10 - Electric InstrumentsChapter 17.12 - Cells In Series And ParallelChapter 17.13 - Electric PowerChapter 18 - MagnetismChapter 18.2 - Magnetic Effects Of CurrentChapter 19 - Alternating Current ElectricityChapter 19.1 - What Is Alternating Current?Chapter 19.2 - Ac PowerChapter 19.3 - InductanceChapter 19.4 - Inductance And Resistance In SeriesChapter 19.5 - CapacitanceChapter 19.6 - Capacitance And Resistance In SeriesChapter 19.7 - Capacitance, Inductance, And Resistance In SeriesChapter 19.8 - ResonanceChapter 19.10 - Commercial Generator Power OutputChapter 20 - LightChapter 20.2 - The Speed Of LightChapter 20.3 - Light As A WaveChapter 20.4 - Light As A ParticleChapter 20.5 - PhotometryChapter 21 - Reflection And RefractionChapter 21.5 - The Mirror FormulaChapter 21.10 - Images Formed By Diverging LensesChapter 22 - ColorChapter 23 - Survey Of Modem PhysicsChapter 23.3 - Atomic Structure And Atomic SpectraChapter 23.4 - Quantum Mechanics And Atomic PropertiesChapter 23.5 - The Nucleus-structure And PropertiesChapter 23.6 - Nuclear Mass And Binding EnergyChapter 23.7 - Radioactive DecayChapter 23.9 - Detection And Measurement Of RadiationChapter 24 - Special And General RelativityChapter 24.2 - Special Theory Of RelativityChapter A.1 - Signed NumbersChapter A.2 - Powers Of 10Chapter A.3 - Solving Linear EquationsChapter A.4 - Solving Quadratic EquationsChapter A.5 - Right-triangle TrigonometryChapter A.6 - Law Of Sines And Law Of CosinesChapter B.2 - Unit Analysis And Conversion FactorsChapter D.4 - Finding A Power

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Appropriate for courses in Technical Physics in Career and Technical programs, Community Colleges, and High Schools. Prepare students for success in industrial and technical careers with a wealth of real-world physics applications and a unique problem-solving format. Applied Physics, 11/e presents clear, to-the-point, topical coverage of basic physics applied to industrial and technical fields. Throughout the text, emphasis is placed on teaching students to use a consistent problem-solving methodology. A wealth of real-world applications are presented, motivating students by teaching physics concepts in context. Updated with new color photos, clarifications, and enhancements, the Eleventh Editionalso features sections on physics-related careers and new technologies to engage readers in the material.

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Work is done when a. a force is applied. b. a person tries unsuccessfully to move a crate. c. force...Angular velocity is measured in a. revolutions/minute. b. radians/second. c. revolutions/second. d....Which of the following is not a simple machine? a. Pulley b. Lever c. Wedge d. AutomobileWhat type of force is related to the mass of objects? a. Electric force b. Strong force c. Magnetic...Description: According to the basic definition of an atom, it consists of a proton, neutron, and an...The force applied to a unit area is called a. strain. b. total force. c. pressure. d. none of the...Which of the following are methods of heat transfer? a. Convection b. Conduction c. Temperature d....Reason: Boyle’s law explains that if temperature of any gas is kept constant, the volume occupied by...Reason: The transference of electricity or heat through any medium from one body to another, given...The atomic particle that carries a positive charge is a. the neutron. b. the proton. c. the...The magnetic force is the force of attraction or repulsion which arises between the electrically...Which of the following describes alternating current electricity? a. It can be produced by rotating...Which of the following are examples of electromagnetic radiation? a. Gamma rays b. Water waves c....Stained glass is an example of a. a transparent material. b. a translucent material. c. an opaque...An electromagnetic spectrum’s portion, which is visible to eye, is known as visible spectrum. The...The atom particle consists of nucleus and electrons, in which electrons are located around the...What field or fields of physics intrigued Einstein at a very young age? a. Momentum b....

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